Virginia Woolf famously wrote: ‘A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.’ Does that mean women who don’t have money can’t write fiction? And in today’s housing market, few writers under 50 have rooms of their own; they write in cafés, trains and kitchen tables between the school run, putting the wash on and work. Festival Guest Curator Sarah Moss, travel writer Huw Lewis-Jones and poet and academic Sandeep Parmar join Alex Clark to examine the life of the contemporary writer.


The Inkpot

One of our smaller on-site venues, in the heart of Cheltenham, GL50 1UL

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